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NYC -Christopher Street and more

A good place to walk is in the West VIllage – a section of the city that manages to preserve a low-key, everyone-knows-everyone feel and picturesque charm. So this journey begins on Christopher Street and meanders along Hudson Street, Washington Street and West 13th Street. Note: my walks are not meant to be followed literally, […]

Brooklyn – Prospect Park 7000 pinwheels

Today,I traveled to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park to look at  7,000 yellow Pinwheels. The pinwheels — which range from 6 to 11 inches in size — span 2¹/₂ acres of the Rose Garden, a quiet corner of the park. Students from 40 city schools were asked to submit designs. Several of these were printed and folded […]

Macy’s Flower Show – 2017

Saturday, I missed my subway stop and head to go to the next one. Adjust and switch platforms, go back and regroup…End result I had to get off at Herald Square. I walked out of the subway looking straight at Macy’s windows full of flowers. Well it wasn’t my original destination – which was Korea […]

NYC – A break in the routine with a touch of Spring

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NYC -East 70’s – a quick look at fashion and food along the Avenues

      Many people explore the city by walking near a major tourist attraction, but try venturing a little further away . You may find a greater mix of stores and restaurants that may be more interesting and affordable. Lately, I took a walk from Lexington Avenue along East 73rd Street heading towards the East […]

NYC – a hint of spring – great time for a walk

When I’m in New York, I just want to walk down the street and feel this thing, like I’m in a movie. Ryan Adams Today, I share with you a hint of spring here in NYC. The weather is warmer, flowers are in bloom and the outside world is coming alive! Noticed the Austrian Cultural […]

NYC – Halloween

Every day in NYC is a party, but Halloween in New York is a holiday not to be missed! Enjoy Halloween activities for kids, families, and grown-ups throughout the month of October, and make sure to catch the nation’s largest public Halloween celebration at the annual New York Village Halloween Parade!